This has been a favorite cobbler for years. Today I used one fresh peach, two plums, and about a cup of fresh blackberries. Its so easy, and so good, there's no reason not to make it. I make a gluten-free version with Pamela's baking mix that's also very good. Just use Pamela's in place of flour, you may have to adjust the flour liquid ratio. The batter should not be too thick or the crust won't creep!
This ranks 4 starts for being a very easy dessert to make. I used fresh peaches and we enjoyed it, and I'll use this recipe again with different fruit. I had to bake it about 15-20 longer than indicated in recipe.
Great Recipe! I added cinnamon and a pinch of nutmeg to my peaches.
Gets 5 stars! Easy to follow recipe, great taste. I like a sweeter cobbler so the second time I made it I increased the sugar to 2 cups. I used fresh blackberries so needed the extra sugar. Also added a 1/4 tsp. cinnamon to the fruit. DELICIOUS RECIPE!!!
Loved this and so did my in-laws ;) I used some left over caned blueberry and it was great
I don't know what happened to my previous review...but let's try this again. This was very tasty. However my crust didn't creep over the fruit only an inch or two...which was a bit of a disappointment. The crust is very good and nicely sweet but I think I would add some sugar and maybe some cinnamon to the fruit next time. I added fresh sliced apples and they needed something. I was concerned about that when I put the recipe together but wanted to follow the recipe exactly. Mine wasn't very brown on top either...so perhaps my granddaughter didn't leave it in the oven long enough. That may explain the lack of creeping also. Made for PAC Fall 2011.
I used a quart of homemade apple pie filling to make this. I had to cook it 20 minutes longer but it turned very pretty and it tastes great. I topped it with whipped topping. Thanks for sharing. Made for PAC Fall 2011.